Spinello Aretino, The Bardi Chapel Portrait Panels

On the left wall the damaged portrait on the left appears to be St. Paul; a sword can be made out in his right hand. The other portraits are of the apostles Peter (holding keys), Andrew (wild hair, cross), James the Greater (pilgrim's staff), and John (beardless, with a scroll of his gospel).

On the back wall, left of the altar are an unidentified apostle (St. Matthew with his gospel?) and the remains of a portrait of St. Bartholomew with his flaying knife. Right of the altar are a damaged fresco and King David.

On the right wall the figure on the left may be St. Francis. His habit is belted at the waist, as Dominican habits are not. Right of Francis a doorway has been cut out of the wall, excising what would have been the second portrait, possibly of Francis's counterpart St. Dominic. Next is another Dominican, and then the fourth is St. Peter Martyr, distinguishable by the palm branch and the gash in his skull. The fifth portrait, not shown here, is damaged and unrecognizable.

Early 14h century
Bardi Chapel, Santa Maria Novella, Florence

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Photographed at the site by Richard Stracke, shared under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.